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Archives for March 13, 2019

Insurance Managers Association of Cayman welcomes publication of EU Report on Non-Cooperative Tax Jurisdictions

George Town, Grand Cayman, 13th March 2019 The European Union has issued its list on non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, and, as expected, the Cayman Islands does not feature. The so-called ‘blacklist’ includes 15 countries which were identified by the EU as having either failed to deliver on commitments or which made no commitment at all to […]

Things to know before moving to the Cayman Islands

Moving to one of the most booming British colonies – Cayman Islands, to some people is an easy decision. And we understand the reasons for that. The Cayman Islands are considered to be like heaven on Earth. What more could you wish for – beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, endless sun. However, moving to the […]

The Editor speaks: Sleep

Did you know Friday, March 15 is World Sleep Day? I didn’t until I received today the Press Release from Health City Cayman Islands. See iNews Cayman story published today” 750 SLEEP STUDIES COMPLETED AS HEALTH CITY CELEBRATES WORLD SLEEP DAY 2019”. “World Sleep Day, created by the World Sleep Society, is an internationally recognized […]

Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture and RCIPS clarify actions taken following seizure of dogs

Released on behalf of the Department of Agriculture and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. Following allegations made on social media with respect to a recent operation where three dogs were surrendered and later euthanized, the Department of Agriculture and RCIPS would like to issue the following clarification of events, and provide some insight into […]

HSM Litigator called to Cayman Islands Bar

68 Fort Street, Grand Cayman (Tuesday, 12 March 2019): HSM’s newest Associate Shula Sbarro has been called to the Cayman Islands Bar. Shula’s admission was moved by HSM Partner Ian Lambert, who summarised her qualifications for Justice Richard Williams. Shula hails from England and has substantive experience in commercial and civil litigation. Shula will be […]

Second mintage of silver coin to commemorate Coat of Arms 60th Anniversary

From Celebrate Cayman GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – Just before the festive holidays, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) debuted what would become the fastest selling coin in the Authority’s history: a silver $5 coin to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the conferral of the Cayman Islands Coat of Arms by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The […]

CNCF – Paul Robeson

Cayman Islands National Cultural Foundation brings top One-Man Show to Cayman Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – 5 March 2019 – The Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF) is bringing “The World is My Home – The Life of Paul Robeson” to Cayman for a three-night only performance at the end of March. Described as the top […]

New Cayman Islands police helicopter to arrive soon

Issued by: The Cayman Islands Governor’s Office & the Office of the Premier New RCIPS Helicopter to Arrive Soon His Excellency The Governor, Martyn Roper and the Honourable Premier, Alden McLaughlin announced that the new RCIPS helicopter, which is being jointly funded by the Cayman Islands and the UK, will be arriving on island within […]

The Cayman Book website has launched

Tuesday, March 12 (Grand Cayman) The Cayman Book website has now launched, offering a user-friendly online tool for those looking to enjoy an upscale experience in the Cayman Islands. Designed and developed by the cast of creatives at Pink Duck Publishing, the website – http://www.thecaymanbook.com – is designed to highlight the very best of the […]

Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce welcomes exclusion from EU ‘Blacklist’

The Chamber of Commerce today said it welcomed news that the Cayman Islands was not included on the recent European Union’s (EU) revised list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, while noting that given the Cayman Islands history of commitment to cross border cooperation this result was expected.  “The Cayman Islands has always struck the right balance […]